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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1923)
■f F. Briggs home, left Sunday for a visit ovor Labor day with Mr. |
As the lodestone attracts metals and the electric
needle is attracted by a mysterious power from the far
north and the electric wires and ether waves will trans
mit power and sound for thousands of miles through
space and mighty electric trains are pulled over the
country by small wires, which mysteries no one can ex
plain, so are the delicate scientific instruments perfected
by Sage & Olson, after 20 years of careful study, in
fluenced by mineral oils deposited in the earth beneath
us, which fact can not be explained either. Nevertheless
these are now recognized facts and becoming blessings
to humanity also.
Haphazard experiments are both costly and expensive
but scientific methods work marvels these days. The
Sage & Olson method is accurate and sure of definite
results and is backed by a written guaranty with ample
We pay more than twice the amount for gasoline paid
by those where oil wells abound, therefore help the
Olsons get it here.
My investments with them have proved most satis
factory. Let me tell you about it.
their home in Oregon City.
Whitcomb ’a sister, Mrs. W. D. j
Ernest Briggs, Virgil Kirkendall Heath. Mrs. 8. E. Lowry and ehil- I
and Elwin and Steve Benston at dren, of Walker, Miss Marian I-ow j
tended the picnic at London springs ry, of Eugene, and Mr. aud Mrs. J
J. W. Fisher, of Thornton Corners, ■
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Miss Mildred Pettit came home visited with them Sunday at the
Sept. 3.—Mr. and Mrs P. W. Hub- Sunday from Mosby creek, where Heath home.
burd and daughter, of Salem, are I she hud been visiting Miss Blanche
You are sure of getting
visiting at the home of Mrs. Hub Frazee.
It is no harder for a man of big
at this auto filling station.
bard ’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Mrs. G. A. Hamden, of Eugene, capabilities to accomplish big things
We rather pride ourselves
visited Monday afternoon at the F. than it is for a man of smaller
upon our service and the
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Hartzell T. Benston home.
capabilities to accomplish smaller
spent Sunday in Creswell.
quality of our gasoline,
Mrs. C. H. Sharon and Mrs. James things.
Mr. and Airs. "
D. El. Hemenway Conley and children were shopping
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etc. You will be glad
and George McQueen Jr. were Sun- in Cottage Grove Tuesday.
Few leaders have ever gotten to I
to drive up here again
day callers at the W. A. Hemen-
School will start September 10 the front by being called there.
after we serve you.
with Miss Sibyl Cellers as teacher.
Mrs. W. A. Hemenway was at
A. D. Fogle returned Sunday eve
No good lawyer would allow his I
Springfield Friday ou school busi- ning from Crawfordsville, where he own wife to sit on a jury.
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had been staying with his mother,
Mr. and Airs. Ross McFarland, who was very ill.
If the man who tells a lot of
newlyweds, of Portland, are visit-
Mary Allen, Gladys and Evelyn things he docent know and the man
ing at the W. A. Hemenway and Benston and Lottie Kirkendall and who knows a lot of things ho
Fifth and Main Streets
C. A. and G. W. McFarland homes. children are helping pick beans at doesn *t tell could striko a happy
Chester and Betty Belle Scott, of the F. E. Witcher place east of medium, it might help some.
Cottage Grove, spent Monday at the Saginaw.
W. A. Hemenway home.
Grown-up sisters get very little
Curtis Veatch, of Halsey, is visit
flattery from their kid brothers.
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ing in the neighborhood.
Mr. aud Mrs. N. L. Bolton, of
The man who committed the
Trent, visited during the past week
Sept. 3.—Mrs. Wm. Slater w.as on vowels to memory in his school days
at the home of their daughter, Mrs. the sick list the first of the week.
has trained his mind to remember
his I O U 'a of later life.
Miss Katharine Mendenhall, of his goods onto
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the Grove, spent the week end with place, which he the F. E. Taylor
A lot of folks who think they
has rented for the
Miss Florence McFarland.
know a good thing when they see
The Cedars school starts Alomlay,
it, spond too much time in front of
Sept. 17, with Miss Gladys Chap bre Co., was a of the Ajax Lum- the looking glass.
passenger to Eu-
man as teacher.
Mrs. James Sears, who had been gene Saturday.
Ordinarily we dislike a braggart,
Mrs. Chas. Wright, of Walker,
in Bohemia for the past month, re
has been a guest for several days but a glass worker may have some
turned home last Thursday.
excuso for blowing about his Lusi
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Gross and son at the Wm. Dresser home.
The L. D. Huff family, of He nesa.
Leo, of Falling, Nev., who are vis bron,
visited Lynx Hollow relatives
iting relatives and friends here,
OLDER ONES WOULD PREFER
attended the picnic Sunday.
spent Sunday at the James Sears and
Mrs. John Samson and little
If children were accorded the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peoples and
privilege of picking their parents,
family, who had the Sears place and Mrs. W. E. Lebow, of Cottage we wonder how many parents
for the summer, left Monday to
would be bringing up their own.
rump on the Emerson place south port for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I1. Caldwell anil
of the Grove.
Tho New Jersey mosquito is said
children went to Eugene Sunday
afternoon, beirg called there by tho to cure rheumatism. People of ex
could hardly have de
serious illness of Mr. Caldwell's perience liavo always said that it
had a peculiar way of inducing ani
livered such money’s worth
sister, Mrs. Coffman.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
The Sowers family, of Cottage mation.
—tire after tire—without
Sept. 4.—Mrs. Underhill arrived Grove, were in the Hollow Sunday.
making a clean sweep.
Friday from California to visit her
The picnic given by the girls’
daughter, Mrs. Bartlett Johnson.
sowing club the first of tho week
It’s been a pretty perform
Mrs. Ruby Benston and daughter was enjoyed by a large number. A
Mary Alma and Gladys and Evelyn basket dinner with plenty of ice ♦----------------------------------------------- ♦
ance every time—no two
Benston attended the picnic and cream was served by the women.
opinions about that.
loss than 2 feet square. Must be
program at the Lynx Hollow school- The girls gave a pleasing little pro
clean and of material that will ab
And no two opinions about
gram in the afternoon. Much inter
Miss Flora Fogle returned Sun est was Bhown in the finished sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
vhat tire to get again after a
day from Crawfordsville, where she articles, both of fancy work and flannels and the like preferred. Can
an has once used USCO.
had been visiting her grandmother, wearing apparel, which were on dis not use old Bocks, mercerized or
Mrs. Jer.nie Greathouse.
play and much satisfaction was ex
Miss Alma Adney came up from pressed over the rapid progress the of any kind. We want the best rags
United States Tires
Yoncalla and spent the week end girls are making under Mias Melthu and pay the best price, 5 cuts the
pound. The Sentinel.
with her parents.
are Good Tires
Carl Allen and Miss Jones, of
The R. Y. Porter family went to MONEY FOR YOU—PAY CASH
Portland visited over the week end Portlnnd the last of last week to
for your wantads and get three
at the Judson Allen home.
be present at the marriage of the insertions for the price of two. tfp
Vern Briggs and Lionel Haight eldest son William to Miss Ethel
returned Sunday from a trip May Murry, of that city, which WANTED—A SCHOOL TEACHER
through southern Oregon and north took place Saturday evening at 8
as a companion, who will be home
o’clock. Tho young couple met when evenings. Room and board will be
Wolf Allen visited Sunday at the they were students ,at the U. of O. furnished. Inquire of Mrs. Strau-
home of his aunt, Mrs. Judson Mr. Porter has a position in tho son, 706 Chestnut Btreet,
First National bank in Eugene and FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moody nnd they will make their home in that
Toggenburg doe, 15-18 pure, eligi
daughter Dorris left Saturday on a city.
ble to registration; one Bix-month-
motor trip to California, where
old doe, 3-4 pure, boautifully
they will spend the winter.
marked; both for $25 or your choice
Tho Tom Miller family moved
for $15. Write Box 23, Creswell,
here Saturday from Cottage Grove.
(Special to The Sentinol.)
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Qucener, of
Sept. 4.—Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Star, visited Sunday at the Quecner White, Joe Warnock and Carl Han-
WANTED—CAR LOAD JERSEY
Where to buy USJins
sen, of Molina, visitod a part of
heifers, two to three years old. I
The H. JL Cotter family visited last
week at the home of Mr. have for sale 10 head of purebred
Sunday with friends in Cottage White’s brother, Charles White.
Shropshire yearling rams, and somo
Vivian and Marguerite Carlile, of
grade Hampshires. J. W.
Mr and Mrs Bert Myers and chil the Grove, Bpent the week end with good
Veatch, phone 174-J.
dren and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Miller their aunt, Mrs. J. Q. A. Young.
and children, of Delight Valley,
Jack Lamb and Mrs. G. L. Carlile FOR RENT OR BALE—A GOOD
visited at the Briggs home Bundfiy. and children, of the Grove, Mrs.
home on oast side of Cottago
Chas. Sharon and son William left J. Q. A. Young und nephew Johnnie Grove. For Bale, good cow, cream
last week for Disston, where they Carlilo motored to London springs separator, water power washing ma
will haul poles.
chine, feed cutter, few grain sacks
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Briggs and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thackrah, of and household furniture. G. B. Ar-
children, after visiting at the W. Roseburg, arc hero spending their nest.
vucation on their farm.
FOR SALE—A GOOD STEEL
The George and John Kcbelbeck
range in A-l condition. Mrs. J.
families attended the ~
Farmers ’ W. McCormick, 326 north Scvonth
Union social on Mosby crook Mon- street, phone 128-L.
ROOM AND BOARD $1 THE DAY.
Mrs. W. M. George, 927 south
(Special to The Sentinel.)
In Internal medicine for the
Sept. 5.—Mr. and Mrs. Burgess
past twelve years
26-F12. R. A. Snauer.
and daughter und son, of Vermont,
camped here three days recently. WANT TO LIST SMALL FARMS
They came by motor and are think
and elosein acreage. If good and
DOES NOT OPERATE
ing of locating in Oregon. They priced
right list with me for re-
went from here to North Bend.
suits. Recleaned home-grown rye
“Uncle” Pete Deardorff has sold seed, 2*4 cents; uncleaned, 214
his little place and left the last of cents.
WU1 be at
Bart. Johnston, Saginaw,
the week to visit his daughter, Mrs. Ore.
Vint Dunnavin, of Myrtle Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gorton and FOR RENT—55-ACRE FARM, 3
infant son, of Walla Walla, Wash.,
miles from Cottago Grove on
on their way to St. Helena, Calif., gravel road. Good house, barn, all
by motor, stopped here last week tillable land. Phono 128-Y. Mrs. J.
and visited the Garner, Estes and W. McCormick, 327 north Seventh
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 4 P- m. Babcock families.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Trask
PRUNE PICKERS WANTED—L.
sons Burdick and Daniel, of
D. Scarbrough orchard, Creswell.
ONE DAY ONEY
tago Grove, and Mrs. Rena Lewis,
of Minneapolis, Minn., called Sun Good camp grounds, free wood.
day evening at the Bnbrock homo. Phone or write Loyal D. Emery,
No Charge for Consultation
8. Burcham, F. A. Green, ”
Darnell, A. Woolcott, D. A, Entes
and R. V. Darnell all have their
right piano. In good condition.
Dr. Mcllenthin is a regular grad grain threshed. A fair yield is re-
Used only year.
uate in medicine and surgery and is ported by all.
licensed by the state of Oregon.
Mr. aud Mra. Oscar Peterson, of Frank Tumor, Cottago Grove, Ore.,
Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Krause, phone 5-F-ll.
He visits professionally the more of Row River, were recent visitors
important towns and cities and of at the F. A. Green home.
three pear packers. Must be able
fers to all who call on this trip free
Miss I^eota Estes is staying at the to make a packed box weight 51
consultation, except the expense of 8. E. Dresser home in Cottage Grove
pounds gross. Will pay one cent
treatment when desired.
for •i short time.
above the regular scale.
Claudo Schreck, Ixirane ,Ore. sp7tfc
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chron-
FOR SALE OR TRADE—SIX
ie appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers
year-old horse for sale or will
(Special to The Sentinel.)
of stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
Sept. 5.—Mrs. J. A. Schneider trade for cow. Weight about 1250
'V/OU are interested
He has to his credit wonderful went to Portland Thursday for a pounds. Has been worked some and
results in diseases of the stomach, visit with her sister, and returned should make a fine farm horse.
mainly in securing ex
liver, bowels, blood, skin, serves, Saturday eveniag with her daughter Chas. 8. Cochran, Cottage Grove,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting, Miss Forest, who had been attend- phone 123-R.
cellent service at moderate
catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism, normal at Monmouth.
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail-
Mrs. 8. E. Ixiwry and children, FOR BALE—A FORD TOURING
of Walker, were ,tt the W. D. Heath
cost. Ajax Cords are doing
Esrl Motor Co.
If you have been ailing for any
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, of
this and more for thousands
length of time and do not get any Drain, visited one day last week FOR SALE—ONE 12x14 TAPES
< . <
try Brussel« rug, Brussels stair
better, do not fail to call, as im- with Mrs. Philips’ brother, F. B.
carpet, hall seat and buffet. Mrs.
of car owners.
proper measures rather than disease Phillips.
Orpah Benson, 211 Third street.
are very often the cause of your
A number of men gathered at Phone 136 J
long standing trouble.
the Waldo Miller place Monday and
Remember above date, that eon-
COTI* donated the day’s work to helping WANTED—HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
to board. Also two unfurnished AJAX CORD, ROAD KING, PARAGON
sulfation on this trip will be free build a new house for Mr. and Mrs.
and that his treatment is different. Miller, whose property was recently rooms to rent. Call 225 Adams ave
destroyed by fire.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hands were
Married women must be accompa
Cottage Grove visitors one day last
nied by their husbands.
with bath. Phon« service. Mod
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., T am
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Whitcomb, of ern. Mrs. Clara Burkholder, phone
«pt7 14 Portlaad, motored up Saturday for lit-J.
ALWAYS PROMPT SERVICE
30x3/2 Old Colony Cord Tire $12.25
Use 3% of your gross receipts for advertising
and increase the volume of your business 10%
To most everybody
30x3/1 means —
At Durhams Store
NELSON’S SERVICE STATION
Cottage Grove, Oregon
What do you mean
you say “Eastern Oil*
Coming to Eugene!
to your garage or service
station man just what do you
mean? Any oil is technically
“Eastern Oil’’ to us of the far West
Do you mean the certain mid-con
tinent oils which contain some par
affine, some asphalt? Do you mean
some of the sticky, compounded
—or do you really want a paraffine
oil ? Pure paraffine oils come from
Pennsylvania. WAVERLY Motor
.Oils are ALL PENNSYLVANIA
—and, of course, 100 per cent par
Say It With Printer
Thursday, Sept. 20
Knowles & Graber
Say It With Printer’s Ink
N. J. NELSON
BLOCK WOOD AND
Place vour order now for
winter. Get is under cover
before the rains start.
Mordock & Haney
i i Xd
W. E. BRADLEY SERVICE STATION
Cottage Grove, Oregon